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Chamomile Blossom Tea
Chamomile Blossom Tea
Chamomile Blossom Tea
Chamomile Blossom Tea

Chamomile Blossom Tea



Brewing Tips


Our whole chamomile blossoms come from a German variety renowned for its tea. Tracking back into early Greek and Egyptian history, this tea has been enjoyed and used for a range of medicinal purposes for millennia. If you guys think flowers sound girly, this one was used to flavour beer before hops came into the play. 

While many people go to this brew to ease hay-fever, soothe a stomach ache, cure insomnia or keep stress at bay, the soothing smell and taste of this needs no excuse to pick up and enjoy.

Smooth and relaxing, this herbal tea with subtle apple-like taste and satisfying floral aromas will help you relax but won't hinder your focus if you need to stay alert. Sweet smelling with a lingering, feel-good aftertaste, this tea puts you in the right headspace to hit stop or hit go.


  • 1 heaped teaspoon per 250 mL
  • Fresh boiled water at 100 degrees
  • Steep for at least 5 minutes
  • Best enjoyed on its own, but add a little honey if you must 

On a Side Note: If you're pregnant or on blood thinners, we recommend you don't drink this tea because of its medicinal properties - so check out the rest of our range and select one of our other great blends.

This tea is Certified Organic.

To brew a good cuppa is pretty easy - it is all in how you prepare it. The following guidelines are to help you get the best possible taste and enjoyment out of our tea on offer.

Water - First start with fresh great tasting cold water. Bring the water to a rolling boil. Do not let your water boil for an extended period of time because this draws out of oxygen, which is necessary for the flavour extraction. The Depending on how strong you prefer your perfect cup of tea use approximately 1 teaspoons of tea per 250ml of water.

Temperature - Using the correct water temperature is of equal importance. Please note that only black teas, fruit blends, rooibos and herbal infusions are brewed with boiling water. It is of vital importance to remember not to use boiling water for oolong, green and white teas. After bringing the water to a rolling boil you have to let it cool down to the desired temperature.

Time - What turns most people away from tea is it being simply an over drawn. To avoid a bitter and unpleasant taste, never allow your tea to steep beyond the time as recommended on the brew card or in the instruction on the box. For a stronger cup of tea, add more tea rather than increasing the steeping time.

Green Tea - 75˚c / 2 - 3 minutes
White Tea - 75˚c / 2 - 3 minutes
Black Tea - 100˚c / 2 - 3 minutes
Rooibos - 100˚c / 5 minutes
Fruit Blends - 100˚c / 5 minutes
Herbal Infusion - 100˚c / 5 minutes

Chamomile Blossom Tea